About Thinkwrap Commerce

 

Well-known retail brands turn to Thinkwrap Commerce as their trusted eCommerce system integration partner when they want to grow revenue, increase online and in-store traffic, improve customer experience, grow a loyal customer base, achieve operational efficiencies and higher profits.

From long-term strategic planning and well-architected design through robust development and ongoing optimization, we use the best available technologies to ensure our customers’ online success.  We connect the online, in-store, mobile, social, call-center and warehouse; delivering a seamless omni-channel eCommerce experience.

Thinkwrap Commerce is 100% employee-owned, giving us a vested interest in every client engagement.

 

 

History of Thinkwrap Commerce

HISTORY

Thinkwrap was founded in 2004 with a clear vision to become a global leader in implementing smart Commerce solutions for clients. Since inception, Thinkwrap has consistently achieved growth, profitability and delivery success. Our consistent positive performance is the direct result of:

  • Maintaining High Standards of Technical Excellence in every area of our business
  • Knowing the Business Domain of our Clients for those industries we pursue
  • Investing in and Committing to Long-Term Employee, Partner, and Client Relationships

Thinkwrap’s founder and executive roots date back to MONTAGE, a formidable entity which grew to $50M in sales with a team of 450 professionals. The firm specialized in custom software development and web integration with specific competency in delivering large and complex eBusiness solutions. MONTAGE was sold to AT&T Canada in 2001 and this same executive team was retained to run the AT&T Canada eBusiness Service company – a wholly owned subsidiary.

 

 

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AN ENVIABLE PEDIGREE

With its dedicated focus on eCommerce, the technical team at Thinkwrap Commerce has been able to retain and build on the lessons we have learned from every eCommerce project we have undertaken over the years.  We have a habit of constant collaboration through organized lunch-and-learns, monthly “Food for Thought” sessions, a heavily-used internal wiki, and internal social media tools.  These are all catalysts for the continual improvement and fine tuning of technical skills, eCommerce product knowledge, and retail-industry awareness. The team continues to invest in building expertise on the Oracle Commerce and hybris platforms today, and has become one of the most trusted teams for Commerce System Integration on the planet.

VALUES

Thinkwrap has a strong foundation of values that define how we do business. These values are reinforced with our employee-ownership model, and include:

  • Honesty, Transparency and Open-Mindedness
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Employee and Customer Loyalty
  • Teamwork
  • Ideas, Innovation, Initiative
  • Technology Excellence
  • Safe, Healthy, Happy and Rewarding Workplace

 

THINKWRAP AWARDS:

 

BDO Business Value Award (2012)

BDO Business Value Award (2012)
The BDO Business Value Award was created in association with PROFIT Magazine to recognize the importance of creating sustainable value in a business. It is awarded to one exemplary business from each of the PROFIT 200 and PROFIT HOT 50 rankings of Canadian growth companies.

 

 

Profit 200

Profit 200 (2009-2015)

The PROFIT 200 is the largest annual celebration of Canada’s fastest-growing companies, ranked by five-year revenue growth. Illustrating our consistent growth, Thinkwrap Commerce has been named a Profit 200 company for the past four consecutive years.

 

 

 

Branham300

Branham 300 (2010-2015)

The Branham300 list ranks Canada’s top 300 public and private ICT companies. Thinkwrap Commerce continues to climb the Branham 300 list, ranking number 186 in 2013.

 

 

Ottawa's Fastest Growing Companies

Ottawa’s Fastest-Growing Companies (2009-2011)

Thinkwrap Commerce has placed in the top-10 list for Ottawa’s Fastest-Growing Companies for three of the last four years, based on annual revenue growth over a running three-year period. This list is published by the Ottawa Business Journal (OBJ).